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attempts to escalate the situation. the state department said robert ford will stay in hama. pakistan has responded to comments by america's highest rank military officer that it sanctioned the killing of a pakistani journalist in may. pakistani government spokesman said the comments -- extremely irresponsible. in cape canaveral, florida, a space shuttle atlantis' liftoff for the last time, but the weather may have a say. storms threatened to delay a launch. the program is coming to an end. britain's disasters emergency committee is the latest agency to launch an appeal for funds to tackle the food crisis in east africa. hundreds of thousands of people are streaming out of the worst areas of somalia into refugee camps in other parts of the region. 1300 people are seeking help. it has become the biggest camp in the world with a population of 350,000 people. own is there. >> they flock here in the thousands. somali refugees are desperate to escape civil war and now their latest curse, drought. infants are the weakest of the new arrivals. there's not much of them to measure. their tiny bodie
that have fallen -- followed the killing of osama bin laden in pakistan and the more recent mumbai attacks that have again refocused indian attention on terrorism. but terrorism is an issue which is not exactly an issue of full convergence between the u.s. and india. there are differences between the countries. when hillary clinton discusses this issue with her indian counterpart, there will certainly be differences that will need to be sorted out. >> very briefly, tell us how america's approach to india changed with the rise of china. this is something you've written about. >> china is an important factor, but not one that is publicly discussed. but it is a subtext in the u.s.- india relationship. china becomes more and more assertive as it picks territorial fights with india and its other neighbors, and also begins to exert its influence in the south china sea, claiming the south china sea to be part of its historical borders and thereby infringing on u.s. interests in that seat. there is great room for u.s. and indian collaboration in insuring peace, stability, and more in asia. >> we w
. >>> the white house has confirmed that it got will back $8 billion. they also say it's retaliation for pakistan's expulsion of u.s. military advisers. we're going to be getting an update on debt ceiling negotiations in the u.s. when president barack obama holds a news conference in just a few hours. he plans to meet with the republican and democratic leaders again on monday to try to come up with a deficit reduction deal. those are the headlines. this is cnn in london. "world business today" starts right now. >>> hello, welcome to "world business today." i'm charles hodson in london. >> and i'm paula chu in hong kong. >> "news of the world" is climbing the corporate ladder with reports that rebeba brooks is set to speak to police. >>> companies and consumers cry foul as australia's prime minister imposes a tax on the country's worst polluters. >>> they're trying to keep greece on tack. their grossing fears of the debt contagion is affecting italy. >> before all of that, let's take you to the stock markets and the aftershocks from friday's dismal stock report. only 18,000 jobs had been added in
have to go to geneva, switzerland. the cheapest city to live in, we have to go to karachi, pakistan. they're about one-third cheaper than living in lowanda. >>> we have to go to break. >>> welcome back. you're watching "world business today" on cnn from rome and hong kong. >>> well, deals can be made, deals can be broken, then sometimes you just get lucky. euro millions is a lottery played across western europe. it week, the jackpot was worth the best part of $258 million. and just one lucky winner landed that windfall. unsurprisingly, they're keeping a low profile but we do know they're from the uk. and get this, the winnings are not taxed. there are no capital gains on this. it's all theirs to keep. that's really good luck. with so many state assets being sold off to help pay back europe's eye watering debt, we were wondering and trying to get creative. what could you buy with all of those millions? $9 million could buy you a private 1,000 acre island in greece. you'd be helping greece pay back some of the $400 billion that it owes. now, china has leased the container terminals at
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